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26 September 2016 - Spanish city mulls housing PPP

The government of Ceuta is planning a PPP to deliver social housing over the next three years. Read more...

26 September 2016 - EIB backs Lithuania highway

A Lithuanian highway PPP is among 47 projects approved for funding by the European Investment Bank (EIB) as it discusses extending its Investment Plan for Europe. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Dutch to support Ukraine PPPs

The Dutch government has committed to provide PPP experts to support the development of projects in Ukraine. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Tunisia approves PPP law

The Tunisian Cabinet has backed plans providing a general authority on PPP projects. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Kenya agrees housing PPP

The Kenyan government has agreed a deal to deliver 20,000 homes for civil servants through a PPP scheme. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Bangkok progresses monorail PPP

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has completed an environmental impact assessment (EIA) for a proposed monorail PPP scheme. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Ministers discuss Ulster Canal options

Public officials from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are examining possible funding mechanisms for the Ulster Canal restoration project. Read more...

26 September 2016 - 30 days to save Abengoa

Spanish contractor Abengoa has one month from today for creditors to support its restructuring agreement. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Bam announces management reshuffle

The Royal Bam Group has reshuffled the management of its PPP division and German business. Read more...

26 September 2016 - Lesotho seeks PPP consultant

The Government of Lesotho is seeking a consultant to review the country’s PPP policy and legal framework Read more...

23 September 2016 - TA selected for Glasgow health projects

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has awarded the technical adviser mandate for its Hub projects. Read more...

23 September 2016 - Second court date for Birm highways PFI

Birmingham’s highways PFI contract is set to return to court next month, as talks continue over a number of areas of dispute. Read more...

23 September 2016 - Bristol agrees housing JV

Bristol City Council has entered into a partnership with a private consortium to deliver £20.5m-worth of new housing. Read more...

23 September 2016 - HICL share issue oversubscribed

Infrastructure investor HICL has announced that its equity issue launched earlier this week was materially oversubscribed. Read more...

23 September 2016 - London uni seeks development partner

London South Bank University (LSBU) is seeking a development partner to redevelop its current Technopark site on its main campus at Southwark. Read more...

23 September 2016 - Lord O’Neill resigns

Treasury minister Lord O’Neill, who has been working on the government’s Northern Powerhouse agenda, has resigned from office. Read more...

23 September 2016 - Availability projects ‘demonstrate lowest default risk’

Cumulative annual default rates for infrastructure-related project finance bank loans continue to trend lower on average for availability-based projects than for broad infrastructure project finance and PPP projects, according to Moody's. Read more...

22 September 2016 - Exclusive: Velindre hospital PPP details emerge

Plans are advancing on the Velindre Cancer Care centre in Wales, with new details on the PPP element of the deal to be submitted to the Welsh government in the coming months. Read more...

22 September 2016 - Simmons & Simmons makes two PPP hires

Law firm Simmons & Simmons has announced the expansion of their Brussels office with the appointment of two Belgian lawyers from Ashurst. Read more...

22 September 2016 - Kier sees strong services business

Contractor Kier has revealed pre-tax losses for the past 12 months, due to a number of one-off expenses related to its integration of Mouchel – but also increases its services work. Read more...

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